What are cookies?

A cookie file is used to identify you while you are using a site and when you return to a Web site. The cookie file is written to your hard drive and you can delete it at any time.

A cookie file only contains the following information:

  • that you visited the Web site
  • the time that you visited the site
  • the pages you visited
  • and the member name that you last used to access the site (if you created a user name).

A cookie file does NOT contain any personal information about you. It simply points to a user name in our database that holds the information you entered the previous time(s) you visited. The only way to gain access to the database where you store your information is to enter your password.

How do I accept cookies?

First, make sure your computers time zone and time are set correctly. For Windows double click on the clock in the lower right hand corner of your screen to open your Date and Time Properties window. Select the Time Zone tab at the top and verify your computers time zone is set correctly.

Your browser will have a setting to determine whether you are allowing cookies to be written to your hard drive. To enable cookies, refer to the information below for your browser.

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